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stretch

verb /stretʃ/
to make or become longer or wider especially by pulling or by being pulled
estirar, extender
She stretched the piece of elastic to its fullest extent His scarf was so long that it could stretch right across the room This material stretches The dog yawned and stretched (itself) He stretched (his arm/hand) up as far as he could, but still could not reach the shelf Ask someone to pass you the jam instead of stretching across the table for it.
(of land etc) to extend
extenderse
The plain stretched ahead of them for miles.
stretcher noun a light folding bed with handles for carrying the sick or wounded
camilla
The injured man was carried to the ambulance on a stretcher.
stretchy adjective ( comparative stretchier, superlative stretchiest) (of materials etc) able to stretch
elástico
a stretchy bathing costume.
at a stretch continuously
de un tirón, sin parar
He can’t work for more than three hours at a stretch.
be at full stretch to be using all one’s powers, energy etc to the limit in doing something
darlo todo
The restaurant staff were at full stretch trying to serve the flood of customers.
stretch one’s legs to go for a walk for the sake of exercise
estirar las piernas
I need to stretch my legs.
stretch out phrasal verb in moving the body, to straighten or extend
estirarse, tumbarse
She stretched out a hand for the child to hold He stretched (himself) out on the bed.
(Definition of stretch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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